Volume: 86 Number: 331 Page: 131–143
Interpreting the Beaker phenomenon in Mediterranean France: an Iron Age analogy
The author offers a new descriptive explanation of the Beaker phenomenon, by focusing on Mediterranean France and making reference to the Greek influx in the same area 2000 years later. In the Iron Age, the influence began with an exploratory phase, and then went on to create new settlements and colonise new areas away from the coast.
Thule culture Inuit was A2, Roman Iron Age Denmark (2000BP) was T2, and three Viking Age Icelanders were J, K, and H. See also mtDNA from Iron Age Denmark. Journal of Archaeological Science Volume 35, Issue 6, June 2008, Pages 1445-... Read Post
Antiquity Volume: 86 Number: 334 Page: 1097–1111 Immigration and transhumance in the Early Bronze Age Carpathian Basin: the occupants of a kurgan Claudia Gerling You never know until you look. The authors deconstruct a kurgan burial... Read Post
Antiquity Volume: 86 Number: 331 Page: 144–160 The oldest maritime sanctuary? Dating the sanctuary at Keros and the Cycladic Early Bronze Age Colin Renfrew1, Michael Boyd1 and Christopher Bronk Ramsey2 The sanctuary on the island of... Read Post